"Who The Waves Are Roaring For" / New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light
Directed/Edited by Isaac Gale and David Jensen
Music composed and performed by Colin Stetson
Vocals written and performed by Justin Vernon
Directed/Edited: Isaac Gale and David Jensen
Director of Photography: Ryan Kron Thompson
Mirror Throne Design: Kerry Dikken • Blasted Art
Additional Cinematography: Yasuhiro Nagata
"Who The Waves Are Roaring For"
From the album New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light
Out now on Constellation
"Mississippi Moonchile" / Coin Coin
Directed by Radwan Moumneh
Matana Roberts channeling her Coin Coin project through the empty streets of Montreal at 5am, summer 2010.
Images filmed and edited on Super8 by Radwan Moumneh.
Sound recorded and edited by Radwan Moumneh, performed by Matana Roberts.
Read about the Coin Coin project on Matana's blog:
Coin Coin Chapter One: Gens de couleur libres
"Spiegel im Spiegel" (Arvo Pärt) / For Lhasa's Birthday
Filmed by Geneva Guerin
Birthday song for Lhasa de Sela.
Released on 27 September 2011.
Filmed at Chateau Monthelon, Bourgogne, France – an artist residence and venue that Esmerine stayed at during their 2011 European.
"Walking Through Mist" (I) / La Lechuza
Directed by Kurtis Hough
The first of two black and white videos for "Walking Through Mist" conceived and filmed by Kurtis Hough.
Esmerine is the group co-founded by Rebecca Foon (Thee Silver Mt. Zion) and Bruce Cawdron (Godspeed You! Black Emperor).
La Lechuza is the group's third album, and features an expanded line-up that includes Sarah Pagé (harp) and Andrew Barr (percussion), both of whom play in The Barr Brothers and previously played in Lhasa de Sela's band.
La Lechuza includes guest appearances by Patrick Watson (piano, vocals), Colin Stetson (horns), Sarah Neufeld (violin) and more. Also includes the closing track "Fish On Land", written and sung by Lhasa de Sela with accompaniment by Bruce and Rebecca, which they recorded together before Lhasa passed away.
Le Lechuza is dedicated in loving memory to Lhasa de Sela (1972-2010).
"Unholy" / I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us
Directed by Christian and Fernando
Directed by Christian and Fernando - email@example.com
Edited by Maryse Latulippe. Camera and Lighting by Alain Dufour.
"Unholy" written by Rebecca Foon. Performed by Rebecca Foon (cello, vocals), Jamie Thompson (percussion), Mishka Stein (bass), Richard Reed Parry (guitar) and Kaveh Nabatian (kalimba, trumpet). Recorded and mixed by Mark Lawson, with additional mixing by Jace Lasek.
Saltland • I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us
Out 14 May 2013 on Constellation on CD / 180gLP / DL